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Old 09-28-2018, 10:21 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a solid set of wireless headphones, preferably in-ear. I currently have had the same pair of power beats for a few years now, and they're breaking down. i use them 5 days of the week if not more.

the main things i'm looking for are: wireless, lasting at least 4 hours. not over the ear, something i can use in harsher conditions. (i work in cold temps the majority of the time, sometimes a freezer).

i'm willing to pay a little more for the quality, so i thought i'd ask the smart people here.
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Old 09-29-2018, 12:05 PM   #2
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Iíve had them all. Nothing is better than AirPods.
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Stay away from Jaybirds. I bought a pair on Black Friday last year and they crapped out on me in 6 months.
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Stay away from Jaybirds. I bought a pair on Black Friday last year and they crapped out on me in 6 months.
thanks for the warning. i almost bought these yesterday, but something was holding me back
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/jaybird...skuId=6201036#
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Old 09-30-2018, 07:32 AM   #5
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Work IT, and we primarily use Plantonics. Bought myself some earbuds for jogging, and they do the job. Not that expensive, and does a decent job differentiating sounds and bass. They last pretty long and seldom do I find myself with connectivity issues.

Hope that helps some.
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Iíve had them all. Nothing is better than AirPods.
Is there a significant difference in the audio quality between the AirPods and the headphones that come with the iPhones?
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Old 09-30-2018, 04:27 PM   #7
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Shure SE 215s are what you want.

EDIT: Sorry, these are not wireless. But I'm certain that Shure makes something comparable that is wireless as well.

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thanks for all the suggestions and feedback everyone. i'm making a list so i can do some research. i'm willing to pay out a decent amount of money if i can find the ones that i feel are the right fit for me
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thanks for the warning. i almost bought these yesterday, but something was holding me back
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/jaybird...skuId=6201036#
I had those headphones and returned them after a couple weeks. I was having issues with them constantly losing the signal. It would last for less than a second each time but it was incredibly annoying.

I've got the headphones linked below now (they were on sale for $179 when I bought them). I like them and I haven't had many issues with them dropping but they're now as comfortable as I'd like. They're not really uncomfortable, but they aren't as comfortable as my wired headphones I wear much of the time.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/jabra-e...?skuId=5849406
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Hello, sorry for bothering, I have the Sony WH-1000XM2 headphones, but I need to be able to connect it to my Oled LG B7 that has no output for the Jack 3.5. Does anyone know a way (and what has worked) to be able to connect without losing quality? Thanks!


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If it only has optical out then you'll need something like this:

Portta Audio Converter DAC Digital Coaxial or Toslink to Analog Stereo Audio R/L 3.5mm Converter Adapter with 1.8m TOSLINK Cable

Basically a Toslink to Stereo 3.5MM adapter.
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Whats your budget?

These are virtually flawless. They will work with any of the Shure SE line up.
Paired with
Shure SE215 and you have a great entry level set with stellar sound. Battery life is around 11 hours.

I have them pared with the SE535's, you will be hard pressed to match that, imo.
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I've been trying to decide on what in-ear wireless earphones to get and I decided on Soundmagic E11BT. T3 awarded them best Under £100 and I think the neck band is preferable to the buds just being linked via wire because in my experience the wire rubs on your neck and pulls them out. With the E11BT that presumably wont be an issue. Reviews have praised the sound quality. I'm not interested in true-wireless ear buds because of the risk of damaging or losing them if they fall out.
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i ended up getting these
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/jabra-e...?skuId=5849406

they have an app and if one falls out, you can have it make noise until you find it. this was helpful for the one time that one had fallen out of my ear at work and had fell under a rail
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i ended up getting these
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/jabra-e...?skuId=5849406

they have an app and if one falls out, you can have it make noise until you find it. this was helpful for the one time that one had fallen out of my ear at work and had fell under a rail
How's the sound quality and battery life?
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quality is great. battery life is very good. i get about 4-5 hours a charge on them.

the voice in them is british lol, which is kinda funny to me when they connect.
i haven't used the workout mode that much, but it does pretty cood. i'm very happy with these.
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